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Trystan Corbyn Campbell

Trystan Corbyn Campbell was born on April 20th 1998 in Steamboat Springs, Co to April Chavira-Montieth and Adam Campbell. Trystan went to Moffat County High School where he would have been a Senior. Trystan loved anything outdoors especially fishing, and spending time with his Papa at Montieth Ranch. Trystan was well known for driving his Dodge truck around, flying his flags,; he loved those flags. He was a spur of the moment kind of kid who liked to go find adventure.
Trystan spent his last days on the Yampa River doing what he loved to do; being outside in the water. Trystan fought hard until his last hours, he passed on July 9th 2016 at University Hospital in Aurora, Colorado. Trystan is survived by his mom April Chavira-Montieth, step-dad Michel Chavira, brother Tyce Campbell, sisters Mya Chavira and Imogene Campbell, dad Adam Campbell, grandparents Sam and Patty Montieth, Joanne Campbell, uncle Nate (Danielle) Campbell, aunt Cassie Campbell, great-grandparents Barbara Montieth and Shirley Murphy, as well as several aunts, uncles, cousins and many friends.
He was preceded in death by his uncle Dwayne Montieth, papa John Campbell, great grandpas Herb Montieth and Bill Murphy.
Trystan’s service was held July 16th 2016 at the Journey, and was officiated by Doug Zirkle. Thank you to everyone who has helped with donations, cards and flowers.


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